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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 02, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:24; sunset, 4:43.
Anthony Sharkey, 2738 Ballou,
knocked down by parcel post wagon.
Severely injured.
G. L. Reker ended service as as
sistant corporation counsel. Re
signed. W. J. Black pleaded guilty to keep
ing "hadbook" room, 313 S. State.
Fined $25.
Marvin Abraham, Iowa cattle deal
er, cashed draft $500, Chi. Savings
Bank and Trust Co. Pocket picked
of $400 before he left window.
New federal grand jury impaneled.
Is declared it will return Eastland in
dictments. E. D. Weary chosen president Ohio
Society of Chi.
Federal case against Jacob Glos,
tax title buyer charged with failure
to file income tax, continued for 10
days.
H. H. Latham, pres. Latham Ma
chinery Co., 1153 Pulton, informed
police gold watch disappeared while
golfing at Edgewater Country club.
Jos. King, 2139 S. Wabash av., se
riously injured when motorcycle was
hit by street car.
Albert Miller, 506 W. 26th, arrested
after fire alarm. Battalion Chief
Touhey found kerosene sprinkled in
hallway in building where 20 slept.
Thos, Mack fired into crowd of
Hallowe'en revelers. Edw. Slattery,
17, 5715 S. Ashland av., hit Mack ar
rested on assault charge.
Saloon 2325 S. Oakley av., raided.
Anton Shiltis booked as-keeper.
Police looking for boys who nightly
send in false fire alarm from Ogden
av. and Taylor.
Mrs. Annie Lynch, 755 N. Cicero,
chief beneficiary $50,000 estate of
brother, Frank Gill.
Torrence av. bridge will be closed
today and Wednesday, 8 a. m. to 4
p. m., to permit dredging of draw.
Coroner Hoffman conducting series
of Safety First lectures m 'public
schools.
L. A. Jaeger, 3615 N. Artesian av.,
dead. Fell from roof J. V. LeMoyne
school, Waveland av. and Rokeby.
Isadore Gould, 2, 1103 N. Western
av., fell in pail of boiling water. Dead.
Nicholas Gozden, otherwise "Nick
the Goose," found not guilty by
Judge Wells of keeping disordely sa
loon, 653 W. Madison. Girls testified
they had solicited men and taken
them to rooms above saloon.
Patrolman Frank Freemuth shook
hands with prisoner he arrested.
Fined 12 days' pay for "conduct un
becoming an officer."
$1,066 missing from Logan Square
Trust & Savings- bank, police sus
pect W. J. Kremer, missing vault
man.
Jos. Czeihowski, 2825 W. 22d, team
ster, mysteriously shot In shoulder.
J. L. Menard, retiring conductor
on Northwestern road's 5:10 "mil
lionaire's special," given dinner and
purse of $100.
Ernest DeKoven Leffingwell, arctic
explorer of note, to wed Miss Ann
Meany, 1927 Addison.
Patrick Mulcahy, 74, 2714 Lowe
av., dead. Pipe sparks set fire to
newspapers by his easy chair.
Mysterious death of C. E. Dawson,
found unconscious in Rawson station
police cell, ordered investigated.
Frank Kohns regained memory
after having lost it for five days, re
sult of blow on head.
Wife of J. J. Steuberitz, 737 Wright
wood av., says told judge he stole
ham because she and children were
starving. Plea futile. Held to grand
jury.
Corporation counsel rules that
"skee ball" is not gambling as now
played.
Charges that money was paid to
get city's approval of motor truck
fender made before council judiciary
committee oy ienaer manufacturer
who says he chipped in.
Mayor Thompson declined invita
tion of "Wets" to review their parade.
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